Monday, April 30, 2018

Video: President Trump Hosts a Joint Press Conference with President Buhari

President Trump Hosts a Joint Press Conference with President Buhari of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

Remarks by President Trump and President Buhari of the Federal Republic of Nigeria Before Bilateral Meeting FOREIGN POLICY Issued on: April 30, 2018.
Oval Office 12:09 P.M. EDT

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Thank you very much. It’s an honor to be with President Buhari of Nigeria. We have many things that we do together, as you know, probably — especially on terrorism and terrorism-related. We also have a very big trade deal that we’re working on for military equipment — helicopters and the like. We have met before. We have developed a great relationship. And we look forward to our discussion today — very important — but again, especially as it relates to terrorism. And that’s terrorism here and terrorism all over the world. It’s a hotbed, and we’re going to be stopping that. Also, we’ve had very serious problems with Christians who have been murdered, killed in Nigeria. We’re going to be working on that problem, and working on that problem very, very hard, because we can’t allow that to happen. Mr. President, thank you very much for being here. Thank you.

Africa’s Biggest Farmer Collective To Help 100,000 Farmers in the Niger Delta

Biggest Farmer Collective to Help 100,000 in Niger Delta as Tata and John Deere Sign Alluvial Initiative

Tractor maker John Deere and India’s biggest conglomerate, Tata Group, have agreed a groundbreaking initiative to provide machinery to as many as 100,000 smallholder farmers in the troubled Niger Delta region.

The deal announced today is the culmination of a seven-year project by Nigerian collective farming business, Alluvial Agriculture, to address the systemic problems that leave most African smallholder farmers in poverty and threaten food security across the developing world. Alluvial’s solution focuses on aggregating smallholders to create a nucleus of minimum efficient scale and the necessary education, mechanization, inputs and market access.

Under their agreement, Tata John Deere, the joint venture with distribution rights for Nigeria, will deploy up to 300 tractors over the next two years to farms spanning 120,000 hectares, or 463 square miles, in the Niger Delta and adjoining states. With plowing times ranging from 20 minutes to half a day on each of the thousands of adjacent smallholdings, the tractors will save farmers several days to weeks of toiling by hand. Individual farmers will undertake self-financing lease agreements for the use of both the tractor and a driver as part of an overall package that includes collective agreements to reduce the cost of seeds and fertilizers and increase the sale price of their crops.

Sunday, April 29, 2018

Open Letter To The Liars Against President Muhammadu Buhari

Liars Against President Buhari lie that Nigerians are suffering and yet
"The Wedding Party" made over
₦953 million and "A Trip To Jamaica" made more than N178 million within months in cinemas in Ngeria in 2016 and 2017. What #Nollywood movies never made in the six years of the administration of former President Goodluck Jonathan.
Disposable incomes of Nigerians have been increasing since 2016 to date.

Primary school enrolments increased by more than 10 million pupils, because of free feeding in primary schools that the administration of the former national ruling party, People's Democratic Party (PDP) failed to do in 16 years of corruption and maladministration.

Sales of smart phones increased from 11 million in 2014 to 20 million in 2018.

The Nigerian Stock Exchange has become one of the top five best performing stock exchanges in the world. And yet the intellectually retarded ignoramuses and "mofos" are lying that President Buhari has failed?
When he has achieved in three years what their satanic paymasters and sponsors failed to achieve in 16 years.
Lying against someone is witchcraft and the Holy Bible said "Suffer not a witch to live".
Except the witch repents.

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Video: The Solution To Herdsmen Attacks and Benue Killings

The Solution To Herdsmen Attacks and Benue Killings

This drone can stop trespassing on farmlands and repel attacks by rampaging herdsmen attacks. Farmers in every village can afford it for 24 hours surveillance patrols of their farmlands and villages.

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

There is No Credible Opposition To President Buhari in the 2019 Presidential Election

President Muhammadu Buhari, GCFR,  is not leaving the Office of the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in 2019, because the opposition cannot produce a credible presidential candidate that can defeat him. Sowore, Publisher of Sahara Reporters is unpopular among the majority of Nigerian youths and Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, GCON, has no grassroots support.

While Atiku was busy watching and waiting for the winner of #BBNaija, President Buhari's working visit to the UK resulted in millions of pounds for new investments that were announced as Nigeria joined 54 nations in London for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM), with the benefits of intra-Commonwealth trade high on the agenda.
Dorset-based renewable energy firm Low Energy Designs Limited UK is launching ‘Light up Lagos', a 38 million pounds investment to deliver 40,000 low energy LED streetlights in the Nigerian capital over the next 4 years.
The lights will improve safety and help tackle pollution and crime in Africa's largest city, and create over 500 local jobs.

Friday, April 20, 2018

There Are Many Lazy Nigerian Youths in Every State

Many Nigerian Youths Are Lazybones
They are in every state in Nigeria; from the Niger Delta to the Lake Chad. They are not few.

The critics and detractors  of President Muhammadu Buhari said he goofed when he told the entire world that many Nigerian youths are lazy at the Commonwealth Business Forum in Westminster on April 17, 2018, during his official trip to the UK. And that provoked many Nigerians to castigate him for saying the truth.

Many lazy Nigerian youths are gambling away their lives instead of working as President Muhammadu Buhari did as a youth; a platoon commander at 21, twice state governor at 33 and 34 and Federal Commissioner at 36. Then lest we forget, he fought and survived for the unity of the sovereignty of the Federal Republic of Nigeria during the uncivil war, from 1967-1970.

Many of them prefer eating from hand to mouth from handouts to creating jobs and becoming self-employed.
Many of the jobless graduates of our tertiary institutions have no other skills beside their paper qualifications for white collar jobs.
Many of them ignore the awesome benefits of the Bank of Industry (BoI) giving SMEs loans that have created more than 200, 000 jobs so far.

Trade Ministers Welcome 140 Million Pounds Investment in Nigeria and Pakistan

Trade Ministers Welcome 140 Million Pounds Investment in Nigeria and Pakistan

LONDON, 19 April 2018 / PRN Africa / --
New British business investment in Nigeria and Pakistan  will boost jobs and economic development in the Commonwealth's growing market.

The new investments were announced as Pakistan and Nigeria joined 53 nations in London for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM), with the benefits of intra-Commonwealth trade high on the agenda.

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

More than 1,000 Children in Northeastern Nigeria Abducted by Boko Haram Since 2013

Children attend class in a temporary learning space in Muna Garage camp for internally displaced people, in Maiduguri, Nigeria, 29 September 2017. © UNICEF/UN0126508/Bindra (CNW Group/UNICEF Canada).

Four years on from Chibok abduction, UNICEF continues to call for children's release and immediate end to attacks on schools

ABUJA, Nigeria and NEW YORK, April 13, 2018 /CNW/ - Since 2013, more than 1,000 children have been abducted by Boko Haram in northeastern Nigeria, including 276 girls taken from their secondary school in the town of Chibok in 2014 – UNICEF said today. Four years on from that tragic incident, more than 100 of the 'Chibok girls' have yet to be returned to their families and the UN children's agency continues to call for their release.

"The four-year anniversary of the Chibok abduction reminds us that children in northeastern Nigeria continue to come under attack at a shocking scale," said UNICEF Representative in Nigeria Mohamed Malick Fall. "They are consistently targeted and exposed to brutal violence in their homes, schools and public places."

Monday, April 16, 2018

Aisha Bakari Gombi, the Bravest Woman in Nigeria

Aisha Bakari Gombi, the dare devil woman among thousands of hunters fighting Boko Haram, the deadliest terrorist group in the world.
The Heroine is crowned the “Sarauniyar Baka” (Queen of Hunters) in Adamawa.

The Victory of Muhammadu Buhari and the Nigerian Dream: My Testimony on the 2015 Presidential Election

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Thursday, April 12, 2018

Waiting for a Down To Earth Biafran War Film

We have critically acclaimed books and documentaries on the Biafran war. But no film has been able to capture the terrifying woes in motion picture.
Nigerian filmmakers have failed to produce a movie that showed the grim realities of this unforgettable harrowing experience of the Nigerian Civil War from July  6,1967 – January 15, 1970.
I am saying this authoritatively as one of the Biafran children who survived the calamities that claimed the lives of hundreds of thousands of other ill-fated Igbo children, including three children of my beloved mother and more than 35,000 Biafran soldiers, including several of my  brave uncles.

The best way to capture the tragic nightmares of the Biafran war is the film adaptation of the eye witness accounts of the war in the memoirs of Chinua Achebe, Cyprian Ekwensi, Elechi Amadi and others and not the film adaptation of the romantic novels of prize writers who never went through the harrowing experience.

Biafra's War 1967-1970: A Tribal Conflict in Nigeria That Left a Million Dead: Al J. Venter
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The following are the best novels and memoirs on the Biafran war, including my short memoir published by @Amazon Shorts before Amazon stopped publishing short memoirs, essays and fiction.

Monday, April 9, 2018

President Muhammadu Buhari is Ready for Second Term


I am delighted to welcome you all to this very important meeting in the affairs of our party and our country. I want to specifically thank members of the Technical Committee for a job well done within the limited time frame.

2. It shows a great sense of commitment to the ideals of our party with a view to consolidating and positioning the party to continue delivering good governance in the overall interest of Nigerians.

3. With the present state of the party and based on the report submitted by the Technical Committee, It is important to focus on how to move the party forward by avoiding actions detrimental to the interest of the party. Considering that politics is a game of numbers, we must not be a house divided against itself and must try to note, appreciate and accommodate our differences as far as the law permits.

Political Risk Remains the Key Consideration for Dealmaking in Africa


Political Risk Remains the Key Consideration for Dealmaking in Africa

The political uncertainty and weak macroeconomic situation that accounted for fewer deals in Africa’s largest markets in 2017 look set to ease over the coming year

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, April 9, 2018/ -- Political risk will remain a major concern for dealmakers in Africa in 2018. According to a recent report, Resourceful dealmaking: Outlook for M&A in Africa, published by Mergermarket in collaboration with specialist risk consultancy Control Risks (, there has been a dramatic fall in M&A activity, with declines of 25% in volume and 26% in value in the first half of 2017, compared with a relatively buoyant 2016.

Imad Mesdoua, Senior Political Risk Consultant at Control Risks, comments: “The drop-off signifies growing investor anxiety surrounding governance issues and weaker economic signals across key African markets. Specifically, political risk and transparency concerns have become the principal obstacles to successful acquisition in Africa. Ethical and compliance considerations are another major factor clouding the outlook for potential investors.”

Friday, April 6, 2018

Many Africans Choose To Be Corrupt and Incompetent Out of Stupidity

There is always a choice between intellectual curiosity and intellectual stupidity.
~ Ekenyerengozi Michael Chima

I have seen that intellectual stupidity among those who even went to school is caused by rebellion against enlightenment and rebellion against acceptance of the truth; irrational thinking caused by lack of ratiocination and foolish pride.

Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Accelerator Startupbootcamp Hosts FastTracks To Source Top Startup Talent Across the Globe

Innovation Accelerator Startupbootcamp Hosts FastTracks To Source Top Startup Talent Across the Globe
Applications Now Open!
The 3-month bootcamp kicks off in September 2018 in Cape Town, South Africa, and will be led by seasoned innovation experts, Zachariah George, Philip Kiracofe, and Paul Nel.
When compared to other first-time programmes, Startupbootcamp Africa is the top performing programme.
CAPE TOWN, South Africa, February 15, 2018/APO Group/ -- Startupbootcamp (SBC) (, a global family of industry-focused accelerators, last year launched its first-ever Africa-based programme.

Building on the success of its inaugural 2017 Cape Town tech venture accelerator program, SBC Cape Town ( now embarks upon its FastTrack tour for 2018 – sourcing top-tier tech startups to join the programme’s second year.

Monday, April 2, 2018

Video: Winnie Madikizela-Mandela Has Passed On at 81

Winnie Madikizela-Mandela was the "Mother of the Struggle" against apartheid and racism in South Africa.
Winnie Madikizela-Mandela (born Nomzamo Winifred Zanyiwe Madikizela; 26 September 1936 – 2 April 2018.)

Video Credit: Winnie Madikizela-Mandela: Anti-Apartheid Campaigner Has Passed On At 81 - CNN News